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Azad vows to revitalize neglected regions of J&K

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POONCH: Chairman Democratic Progressive Azad Party (DPAP), Ghulam Nabi Azad on Wednesday reiterated the commitment for job creation and infrastructural growth in Jammu and Kashmir.
Addressing a massive public gathering in Mandi, Poonch, Azad appealed for peace and unity among the people of Jammu and Kashmir.
He criticized other political parties for misleading the public through divisive strategies that have resulted in the fragmentation of communities. He also reiterated his commitment to honesty and dedicated work, asserting that his actions will always align with his words. Azad reiterated the importance of maintaining solidarity as a singular community, urging people not to succumb to the influences of divisive politics propagated by certain parties. He reaffirmed his mission to uplift the underprivileged, outlining plans to establish more schools, colleges, roads, and districts to enhance the overall socio-economic landscape of the region.
He vehemently condemned the recent acts of violence perpetrated by Pakistan, resulting in the loss of innocent lives in Jammu and Kashmir.
In a resolute stance against such heinous acts, Azad emphasized the need for concerted efforts to counter terrorism and maintain peace in the region.
Azad urged the youth of Jammu and Kashmir to channelise their energies into positive endeavors that contribute to the betterment of society.
He stressed the importance of constructive engagement and community involvement as vital components in fostering a culture of peace, harmony, and progress.
He underscored the party’s unwavering commitment to defending the rights of the people of Jammu and Kashmir, particularly in the context of Article 370 and land eviction orders. Azad lamented the lack of vocal opposition from other party leaders on the issue of Article 370 and highlighted DPAP’s efforts in fighting against land eviction orders and securing the land rights of the people.
He reassured the public that the DPAP will continue to prioritize the protection of land rights and the implementation of job rights, if elected to power.
Azad promised that his government, if elected, will work tirelessly to uphold the rights of the people, particularly in terms of land ownership and employment opportunities, besides bring back the Roshni Scheme. Azad emphasized the importance of the Roshni Scheme in addressing land ownership issues and promoting socio-economic development in the region. Among others present in the meeting included Vice chairman GM Saroori, General Secretaries RS Chib, Anita Thakur and Sunita Arora, Chief spokesperson Salman Nizami, State Secretary, Provincial Vice President Adv. Ashok Sharma, State Secretary Riyaz Bashir Naz, Zonal President Zahid Malik, District President, General Secretary ST Cell Choudhary Sobat Ali, Ishfaq Mirza, Farooq Khan and others.

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